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    Many Dead Things:

    -"Alex CF creates awesome fantastical steampunk doohickeys .The pieces themselves are exceptionally detailed and lovely (go to his site for a looksee; my faves are the werewolf kit and the Cthulhu expedition items), but selling them on a site as mundane as e-bay is the masterstroke here; it makes the stuff feel even more authentic. I get a shiver imagining the synaptic burn that might come from actually holding of these things one in my hands. Attention, producers of ‘Doctor Who’! Hire this guy for your art department immediately!"

    - Graham Linehan


    Ms Wurzel Tod's boyfriend.

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      CommentAuthorBen
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2007
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    That werewolf in a jar is so creepy.

    I envy this man's artistic drive so much.
    • CommentAuthoraltheak
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2007
     (91.3)
    This is so beautiful.
    Makes me feel like home.
    • CommentAuthorNecros
    • CommentTimeDec 14th 2007
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    This stuff is brilliant. Even more so by the fact that he is a vegan and only uses naturally dead animal bones, fake flesh and recycled leather from old clothes.

    I want one of his sculptures now, damn I wonder how much they cost.
    • CommentAuthorStefanJ
    • CommentTimeDec 14th 2007
     (91.5)
    Utterly gorgeous.

    Wouldn't it be fun to buy a bunch of these, seal them up in a secret room of a beat-up Victorian house, then sell the house and see what happens?
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      CommentAuthorLBA
    • CommentTimeDec 16th 2007 edited
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    check out his newest item,



    Chrono Displacement Device
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    @ LBA

    Beautiful stuff. I might have to get my mother one for Christmas.
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      CommentAuthorUnsub
    • CommentTimeDec 16th 2007
     (91.8)
    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    I love Victorian gear. I collect knives and a friend of mine has a battlefield surgeons kit from the Boer war that is both beautifully made and terrifying.
    During the Zulu wars the Zulu witch doctors had anaesthetics while the brits had nothing but a shot of rum and a stiff upper lip.